January 14, 2011

Free VB Event Helps Parents, Children with Internet Safety, Hampton Roads

 VIRGINIA BEACH -- Glenda Graves gets chills when she considers Internet safety.

“Like most parents, I always told my children never to open the door when I wasn’t home,” said Graves, assistant director at Baylake Pines School. “It’s horrifying to think that, with the family computer, the door is open and a predator could already be in the house.”

The school’s director, Joan Eckert, said the administration viewed footage about online predation from the national child abuse prevention organization Enough Is Enough®.

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